Get involved inside the chaplaincy
Get more involved in the chaplaincy:
* As a member of the board of Meet&Eat:
Every Wednesday night students from all over the world get together at the University Chaplaincy to cook, eat for a low price and meet each other. You are free to either come only once or return more often: it is all up to you! We are also always looking for people who would like to cook. Do you have a favourite dish or amazing family recipe you want the world to know about? Do you just want people to get acquainted to your culture's food? Or are you in for the challenge to cook for max. 40 people (with assistance if needed)? Then be sure to get in touch with us! Groceries will be paid for, of course. Please mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Team Meet&Eat during Dinner in the dark in the flobal Night
* as a member of the Taize-prayer on Wednesdayor in the mass on Sunday.
Every Wednesday a group of students gather together in the church of our chaplaincy for a 30 minutes prayer inspired by the ecumenical monastery of Taizé (France). In addition to singing Taizé songs, there is room for silence, personal prayer and a reading from the Bible. Everyone is welcome and there is tea and coffee afterwards. Please mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info (also for Sunday Mass)
Taizé prayer on wednesday in the chapel
* Singing in the Campus Choir on monday and during their projects...
WELCOME TO THE CAMPUS CHOIR! An international, fun, social choir on campus! Are you interested in singing in an international, fun, social choir? Then the Campus Choir is the place for you! At all our rehearsals, you're very welcome to come and see whether the Campus Choir, or singing in general is something for you. Whether you've only sung in the shower, or have been a choir singer for years, everyone is welcome! Rehearsals are Mondays, at 20:00 (walk-in from 19:45), in the Chaplaincy. More information about the choir you find on: http://www.campuschoir.nl/ or please mail email@example.com
Campus choir before the start of the Memorial Service in November